College of Arts and Sciences events calendar

Contact information

Music events: For more information, contact Darrell Born at 360-438-4506 or dborn@stmartin.edu.

Theatre events: For more information, contact David Hlavsa at 360-438-4345 or dhlavsa@stmartin.edu.

Harvie Lecture Series: For more information, contact Robert Hauhart at 360-438-4525 or rhauhart@stmartin.edu.

Social Action Speaker Series: For more information, contact Aaron Goings at 360-438-4406 or agoings@stmartin.edu.

Les Bailey Writers Series
For more information, contact Olivia Archibald at 360-438-4357 or oarchibald@stmartin.edu


College of Arts and Sciences
5000 Abbey Way SE, OM 329
Lacey, WA 98503-7500
360-438-4564

Aaron Coby, associate dean
ACoby@stmartin.edu

Laura Hoff, executive assistant
LHoff@stmartin.edu

Events calendar

September 2015

Robert A. Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series
God in Captivity: Punishment and Redemption in America's Faith-Based Prisons
Featuring Tanya Erzen, associate professor, University of Puget Sound.

Sep. 25
4 p.m.
Harned Hall 110

For more information, please contact Robert Hauhart.


November 2015

An Evening Of One-Act Plays:

WASP
By Steve Martin
Directed by Jalen Penn

The Receptionist
By Adam Bock
Directed by Hope Chamberlain

Location
Kreielsheimer Arts Building
Saint Martin's University campus

Dates/Times
7:30 p.m.
November 13, 14

2 p.m.
November 15

7:30 p.m.
November 18, 19, 20, 21

Tickets at the door
$12 General admission; $7 students/seniors/military
November 18 is Pay-What-You-Will

Advance tickets: brownpapertickets.com

About the plays

WASP: In the fractured landscape of 50s suburbia, a prototypical white protestant family exists in a dark limbo of expectation and routine. Mom is surrounded by people but deeply alone, dad speaks in delicious platitudes, and the children fear anything new. The play vibrates with satire and dark lyrical irony as the family meanders blindly toward catastrophe.

The Receptionist: At the start of a typical day in the Northeast Office, Beverly deals effortlessly with ringing phones and her colleague's romantic troubles. But the appearance of a charming rep from the Central Office disrupts the friendly routine. As the true nature of the company's business becomes apparent, The Receptionist raises disquieting, provocative questions about the consequences of complicity with evil.

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.


April 2016

Theatre production: TBA
Directed by Steven Wells

Location
State Theater
204 4th Ave. E.
Olympia, WA

Dates/Times
7:30 p.m.
April 9

2 p.m.
April 10

7:30 p.m.
April 12, 13, 14, 15, 16

Tickets at the door
$12 General admission; $7 students/seniors/military
April 12 is Pay-What-You-Will

Advance tickets: brownpapertickets.com

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